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Democracy Now!Democracy Now! Thursday 15 January 2004 (January 15, 2004)

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* Headlines For January 15, 2004
* Rev. Jesse Jackson On "Mad Dean Disease," the 2000 Elections and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
* Flashback: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. On The U.S. Space Program
* Bush's New Space Program Criticized Over Costs & Nuclear Fears

This audio is part of the collection: Democracy Now!
It also belongs to collection: News & Public Affairs

Artist/Composer: Democracy Now!
Date: 2004-01-15 00:00:00
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Label / Recorded by: DN Studios
Keywords: Democracy Now

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Subject: Remembering MLK / Jesse Jackson/ Bush's space race
Remebering Martin Luther King's 75th birthday with an interview with Rev. Jesse Jackson. A speech by King condemning the Vietnam war is heard. Very interesting discussion. The show ends with a debate about Bush's proposed space program.

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